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“…Furthermore, the finding that residency candidates' self-reported interest in academia is a poor predictor of ultimate career choice supports the results from a previous study conducted in a US dermatology residency program [4]. It remains unclear whether applicants' career goals differ from residents' goals because of a true loss of interest in academic dermatology that occurs during residency or because some applicants falsely state their interests in academic medicine with the hope of being ranked more highly by residency programs [4,5]. Further research is needed to determine which factors in the resident selection process serve as reliable predictors of ultimate career choice.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 80%
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“…Furthermore, the finding that residency candidates' self-reported interest in academia is a poor predictor of ultimate career choice supports the results from a previous study conducted in a US dermatology residency program [4]. It remains unclear whether applicants' career goals differ from residents' goals because of a true loss of interest in academic dermatology that occurs during residency or because some applicants falsely state their interests in academic medicine with the hope of being ranked more highly by residency programs [4,5]. Further research is needed to determine which factors in the resident selection process serve as reliable predictors of ultimate career choice.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 80%
“…In an attempt to meet the growing need for academicians, many residency programs aim to recruit applicants who they believe will contribute to their fields through various academic pursuits. In dermatology, however, there appears to be a much greater interest in academia at the time of residency application than there is at the time of the initial job search [4]. There seems to be an even lower interest in academia later in dermatologists' lifetimes [5].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is further supported by a study showing that indeed the positive predictive value of such professed interest is very low (8%) [38]. Although ranked as the eighth important factor in dermatology residency selection, it does not seem to be a reliable criterion since a prospective applicant's interests and priorities can change during the course of residency training [38, 39]. …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…1 There has been considerable interest in identifying factors associated with dermatology trainees' entry into academics. 2,3 As research productivity and publications represent key elements in academia, these components may help assess trainees' potential to pursue academic dermatology. We examined associations between demographic, academic, and publication factors and dermatology trainees' initial choice of academic vs private practice careers.…”
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confidence: 99%